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AHCA will pass

The Senate bill jettisons standards for care so thoroughly that, under its terms, it isn’t clear what it would even mean to be covered. — Amy Davidson in The New Yorker First, remember that when a senator says he or … Continue reading

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Rep. Tom Reed–Man for the people?

This article was written by Cath Kestler, constituent and resident of Silver Creek In a time where Rep. Tom Reed touts himself as a “man for the people” he is available to his constituents. He is far from that as … Continue reading

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Another set of Rep. Reed’s Town Hall Meetings

Rep. Reed in Hinsdale photo by Christina Bruner Sonsire   Rep. Tom Reed has announced his Town Hall Meeting schedule for Saturday, June 3. They will be in the eastern/central part of the district–in Tompkins, Ontario, Steuben, and Chemung Counties. … Continue reading

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Reed’s AHCA Press Release

The claims: Statement from Congressman Reed on Passage of AHCA May 4, 2017 Press Release “Today is a great victory for the American people. We are finally on the path to fixing our broke and broken health care system. The … Continue reading

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Keeping Up the Pressure

We all know about that the American Health Care Act was passed by House of Representatives yesterday. The AHCA was basically he same bill that Speaker Paul Ryan couldn’t get approval for in March. The sticking point there was the … Continue reading

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Reed buys AHCA without looking at the cost

The House Ways and Means Committee, which includes Rep. Tom Reed, voted to approve the American Health Care Act,  before the costs of the proposed ACA replacement has been determined. Reed, who has constantly complained about the national debt, the deficit, … Continue reading

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